romothesavior wrote: This year, not a SINGLE REJECTION has been given out to anyone with a 167 or up at Wash U, and only a few have been waitlisted.
Most of those WLs are going to turn into rejections.
A 168 (regardless of the sub-3.0 GPA) would be a near auto-admit at WUSTL.
Bzzzt. Wrong. 4 out of 5 of the applicants with a 168 and a 3.0 or lower have been waitlisted (see above).
2 years off and an ED would be a virtual lock at NW, however.
Wrong again. The last three years on LSN show plenty of non-URM applicants with 172+ scores and low GPAs that were WL'd/rejected. Maybe the odds are better than LSP says, but it's far from "virtual lock." Absurd.
And admissions are not going to get less competitive... they have gotten more competitive every year, so I don't know where you are getting that idea from.
I said "might." When the economy crawls out of the ditch and 171,000 people aren't taking the LSAT in a given year, admissions might be slightly less competitive.